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Of CHARtlrT ( THAT'S All. KKjmT ME SON I KNOW
AtXir ME SHOC iJPlMfe) HE'i
euFFAtoto. eur i etcher a miuiom Quck i
A'-slT" AFRAID Of HIM IF He WAS ABOUND MS Re
RKeHf N0N. I'D WALK RichT
Ms alu bunted
r a .a -.
UMPERS' VAnhf VJILlC .tOW TRYiAlfcTo rv-iAJuiui-c- fr ui
JTT16KIDS roTAKF: PART" N
yiHF Of. :W1Ut:. fHbt,?tM
maha'i Fait . Captila and Right
Half in Game Ajain.
UT OF TWO FAST COUTESTS
laljnck Rotir Anln with thr HlKk
) SrheMtl Tram Aflr Hoah
j. In It In WIIU of
;Voot bait 1(x-k at -Ilia Oinalut JllKh
Jiool rca BTcral lnU Munday and a
Tight fulura 1yr tha piiriia and hlt
ia braun lo loom up.
"ta" Jjowmun, Umaha'a (aft little
ptaln and ilghl. half, rturni(l to ichool
donday afivr ati,l.;ncs ovur two
vrrk and will cot Into the sne at unco.
inwnia.it not In tUn Dloux tlty or
ha Iratrli o khiiici and m tiadly tntd
mm lha llntiup.
JIallrck ntno, Irft nd on tlio toam
at bob "Kin and on of Omoliaa tiuwt
rack nihlclt, rrturnnl from Cunada
axt K(irJy nni hm dfrliicd to H) on I
.or th tfnm llil wark. Itoviao hna ten
ouitilnc It In the wllda of Canada on a
loir.i'Ntrad of Mi own and la In tha
try bout of condition to play. lie la
ion of tha FlfT. Ir. Fradnrlck T. rtnuna
it tha Tint Concregltlonal church.
Omaha lioipltnl l:at la now a thlnn
-f tha past with tha taetptlon of VItkH
te'tor. tha purpla and wh!t alar full
rk. who wbi Injurod tn tha licatrloe
;ama Saturday. Rrctor la In ichool thla
werk, but It la not Vat known If hla In.
ury la aerloua rnnugh to kaap biro out
' t tha nam. Itaohman and Carlaon, tha
ha tickle who wera Injurad In tba Da
ii v.l run khu.c, ai back In tha llnaup
ittd'Pa 1-amaira, left half and aub quar-
er, la U lack. Iiimmin, rlln suard,
wo Injured Halurday, waa out for
ilBhal ptaeCto Monday nfternoon and
will ba abla t" piny Saturday egalnet 8L
i For Decisive Game
r HASTINGS. Neb., Nuv. T.-Spaclal.)-Aftr
threa daya' rest, followlns their vic
tory, tha llronchni ut ' Uat ng oolleife
rreumed traln'.nK today for tha Wee.eyan
am of November 17, which will decide
tha foot ball chatnplonahlp of tha "Uii
Four," eompil.ilnir llatUnge, Poana, Wa.
leyan and Ucllevue. Ai lloetlngi ha nq
lnirenlng furr.o icheduled tha practice
from now on will " be dlractod for thli
r.ontret. noj.l Weeleyan and Haitlngi
h'ua defroted Poana and liellevua and
' i euKotne of tha Haatlnsa-Weileyan
4 teat t.IIJ therefora decide tha eham
' ifnehlp beyond all j'etlon. Aceordlnf
! I (ha record thua far mada Haatln-
. Jiar to have a alight advantage over
Wealeyan, having mada larger cor
. agiUntt botb Doene and Bell ua than did
. U aaleyan. but thla may ba partially ac
'counted for by reason of tba faot that
both llaeilnge' game wera played on the
home urounda. It ta realised her, how
: ever, that 'f aleyan haa a f ormiuabls rr.t
' rhlne and no overconfldenca la rnanltvet
! In tha Htmti camp.
Ames Expects Easy
. Victory Over Iowa
l AMCX, la.. Nov. 8. (bpoclal.) Amea la
i Confident of a victory over Iowa lnce
Ue end of the Rtruggl with Netrka
Puturdvy. No one dvnle that the Ne-
tirka-Anie game wa una of the gieut
S rt gamr of foot ball. It nut tha greut-
at, tliat the atate. of Iowa will wltnn
j thi year. It d:Vcloicd two thiiifc. flmt
,' :h4t Ann w lo have a good ritikit to
U Mihourl valley title, and, ecu,id, that
, il wouldn't b much Irtl vt Io'a It
. tfc vuatalned it fuulln blillity il!i-
tically evirur,o Mho iu any money at
a 11 ulll Invalu Iowa City lu lt i.vk.
ATHLETICS AGAIM TIE
, MONMOUTH PAK! TEAM
The i.thletlc nu il, M iinio nh l urk
rmnor t plitytJ t.uir enund I t tamu
the trui n at Huieiiiu l aik ly . o .ur
ef S to I. The in tm.ic bo I .v ecu tlu
to tvaue endtd It to v. Tin U the fit at
Ornulm tm lb civ the Au Unu' u l
line In 11. lut two bcajo .is. Tui- Atlk
(KU aie very dtaliou of b.u.iu a t"t
vith tte l ark on any iouiu. vulriaj of
Kirlrr Uefeal Uwrckwelrr.
POKCHtrtTKIt. Neb.. No.. . tSueclal.)
-'I iii- fcgeiar ll.gli ei hoiii 1-Ul.i tliu
Ijri lit.ifr HIkii kliuol ore taiuiday la
k tat-t atiii: if baikt'l ball by the cor
1 1 l? lu 1 tie tiri Iik.I i au .m
ir:i. h and kioud to In ir,B i..uU
In vih.iuin i aii,c but k hard and by their
tirrln.ru uain work r able lo laii'J
frt-u to tl-r'r rpponrtit . l ineup;
tii.li u r
,-r . V
i moeil C
ijiuii , -U. o
".d K. 0
frvcl'1 tjial ii
i.suu iS), hunlKrii'V
i-i. JciikiiiA. Uiaul
i i..i. 11. Hull.
(.), II. Wliiuit. II
I Vui ciuaiK II. Wilson. 11. Freldell
lleatrlee trl-Urates victory.
llEATKli i:. Neb , Nov. .-(.S. :al )
The foul bi.ll turn reiibratrd U victoi
ci i-1- in tint a nil a Ii k borl i i n the I.IkI.
fiiool csinpu Haturtlny nlfchl. Mole tlmn
iM per'... (..l.J In Die i cioOreiKnt. 'i ii
.ru'AU lr.un-!.cd duwu biatb stieet u
Ain't it Lucky
e-like mi i afwaio)
OCT" ALL OU
UP AJf -
WELL iAYS HELL
CRACK US IN TUB
eye ir we don r oo
WHAT Ht SAYS A(NO
'M XOUIl L6CTiHUNjy
THE COMNfe iLfJCTlOAl IN
HIS PUNCH GIVES HIM A CLAIM
- Sis AI Kaufman, who I aaeaylna a
"coma fcfeck" ptunt, havlna; ohallangad
Jim riynn, f Peieblo fireman, for an
other encounter. Kaufman, who wa
knocied cold by Mynn t their lat
meeting, advance tha alibi that he wa
alck on that orcialnn and he take oatn
that ha can lay out the conqueror of
Carl Morrlt If ho ean aaer hook up w'.th
front of tha Beatrice club room, where
w. i:ooa, ii. . jalby, Ir. U. II. Brenh.
Hon. 1'eter Jansen, u. II. Vale and olliera
made brief addreaee.
Play Basket Ball
Creighton Unlvetilly freahmen humbled
the aenlor In a game of baiket ball ye,
terday afternoon which teaulted In the
noor of 13 to t Till I th flrt-cla
game plaied cn the outdoor court, which
naa tieen erected owing to th lack of
tillable Indoor quarter Itoth 'leom
were made up of experienced player,
but th freahmen had a had th better
of the argument on each position. Mur
phy and Watera of the Freahmen, far
outc)ed th forward for their oppo
nent a a icoiing machine, but tin
wai partly reionllil owlna to the itruni
oppoKltlon of Hoy Hum and Huanlon, at
guaru. The gam wa rather roughly
played at time, but both team beimr
about equal -at thla atyle. It proved th
tnor interevtlng. Th Fiehmen will now
tk on the Huphoinore. Tb lineup:
PREIIHMKN. Poiitlo. gKNIOR.
R F. It. r y.nn.r
fttrpii u K.U r Htmum
"'"" - ., ,,...,.... ..I'M' COUII.II
FlK)irt It II I u ,&
Denies Sale Story
tFrom a Htaff L'oi respondent )
LINCOLN. Neb., Nov. 7. (Special.) Ae.
cording to the reiurt given out In varlou
clil- of the Wetrn league, McCormlck,
Htratton and Ha(iernian of th local bate
ba I club have been old to Pcnver.
Word given out by t'reddent Peanaln a.
urea local fan that the tale I purely
mythical, and that It oituln 1 not from
au thing tliat l.o ha done with regard
to dlbioMng of the player named.
Tho tale acrordng to th filoux CMtv
Journal tame direct from President Tip
Another oarh far Mloaeerl.
lV,.'A";1 H; Mu" Nov' '--Kddi Klein
of hi, I.oul. former member of th M la
bour I Hl.tle iiiilwislty foot ball team ar
rivtd here today to lieln coacli trie state
unlveiKity team. Kluin came fter he had
rwrm.,1 an uigvnt ai.p.,i from the th
l.tlt cuiiniiKico. lu. puyed a woiiar(ui
gamu at mm iter lant year.
MANAGER SCOTT IS HOME
FROM TOUR OF INSPECTION
Oei.irul Manager Boott of th Vnlon
1 acl.'ic 1 lu from an Inspection of the
company liius as far . west us Green
liner, Wyo, the first trip that he has
i:ia:e slnue assuming his nw position.
As to crop conditions, Uaneral Mana
ger Scott found them well advanced. In
Hie torn olsflcts most of the cereal 1
limkul und cribbed and whar winter
heat is raised, the acreage la large,
th giaiii looking well. The range, owing
to heavy rains recently. Is fine and
cattle and sheep are going ntv winter
will) plenty of feed In sight.
MOYBKXHta Or OCSAW BTEAMKKS.
i "it Rinnq. eslld
NEW YOltK Cluil.is
Bin i.iv..- lia.
) 1 1 Ml I uuult-
Jf ' , .9
11 It t- M K N rnii Ixr i;i.h.
I Htltll"! H-J Kn W.lbtlui 11 .il, WssdlB-to.
IILAMI'J' I slllarnis
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t nitiriANSAM Oetsr IL
tjl KHKi .bartllitiaa
V(t tbtO userii ,
THE m:E: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER fl, 1011.
the Cop Just happened to be
(I I f CHEESE iTi MPRP l f COME. IVnii IFAVP ,' I AAMT
V HE COME b AiOVNi (rA)H..,.. ME ALONE TO (TALK J
a 7 V V V r- ,T ,. "V UU r I (NO MORE DAISY M 1 uuw.c uvt -,v-. .
V ) 15 V 7 Sy J ' r X. TMlSACr BOXiwE PEELS SOIRY. N
' ) MM&r ??v SV ' HA6 ro MuSS it" al. QuT i OOnT AVAA.
r I rAJf,B,fc5hFFvn,R,fcHM m a S3
r?!) f J CLr3 ) ME0 CAULIFLOWER EARED, A I' ia ion: ANO TOij OAn) riie ilim-K CHER S
.3 rr 7 ?y v;-5k Wraidof rzrs ' i&Fk that A ( 5niffm WkEUP,r ) cn' I
igjy-- . jEi .. P, C;J . 3 m; Yamaha. TkAr"vMiLL ag APtour alw
HERRICK TAffi ROAD RACE
Annual Lot Any elej-Phoenix Contest
Wor by National Car.
HAMLIN SECURES SECOND PLACE
Midland far, Conaldarad Oataldrr,
I'rvbably Will lie Avirdrr Third
llnnur .Acrlileiit Mark
rHOENlX. Aria, Nov. 7.-Harvey Her-
rtak, holder of the American road race
record, today won tb annual Loo An-
gulee-Phoenlx road race with lila Na
tional car. Ilerrtck' running time wa
21 hour t minute for the M inllr.
Ilerrlc.k waa lb winner of laet year'
Tha Franklin car, driven by Ralph
Hamlin, won aaoond place, and the Mid
land, ooneldered an outalder. In all like
lihood will b awardod third honor.
Tha Franklin' running time waa 21
hour and 31 minute and the Midland'
It hour and W minute.
At 7 o'clock tonight only Mcven earn
had flnlvhed. Of the original Mxteen
entrant, the Flat, Mercer and Maxwell
met with erloua mishap anil could not
flnlith. Teddy Tetilaff, driver of the
Flut, auffercd evar Injury, lie la now
in a hospital at Han Diego, a 1 hi
mechanician) aufferlng from aevere In
ternal Injuria received when their car
araahed into a telephone pole Juat a?.ir
leaving Ban Diego Monday night.
Clarnoe Smith, driving the Maxwell,
waa badly hurt and hi mechanician gut
tered two rib broken when their car
kidded and turned over twice at nearly
the name place where th Flat met with
j G. SALISBURY OF OMAHA
IS DEAD AT EVANSVILLE
EVANSVILLE. Ind., Nov. 7.-(Bpclal
Telegram.) J. O. Sallabury, aged 61
year, auperlntendrnt of the construction
work In th million dollar Kendrlsh cigar
factory here, died of pneumonia at Ht.
MarV'a hospital thl morning. He wa
resident of Omaha. Mr. Salisbury be
came 111 flv day ago, and hi sun and
daughter were summoned. He came her
two month ago from Omaha to represent
th Mureh Pi'oa.' Construction company.
Mrs. L. M. Vanllrunt, lha only' daughter,
will take the body on Tuesday mornlns
tu Mollne, 111., for Interment.
DIHTHS AMD D HATHA.
Ulrths William and Hasel Wood-
worlli, lit Bouth Twenty-fifth aveoue,
boy: Joseph and Mary ttwoboda, l'.iil
houth Ihirlaentti atreet. boyi Jacob and
i n Llnarr. llMI North Twentieth tri.
girl; Frank and Maria Raul, Ids Popple-
ton avenue, uuy; nava ana Karen I'av-
lltWi , lliMVE.rui Wl, Hvll
0. C. and bertha Low. 101 Houth Thirty-
louun tr(, uoy; ineater ana bdltn
liiniie, i4 tavenort street, boy; Frank
K. and Jennie K. Urlfflu, Methodist hos
pital, boy; Fred and Mary Festelo, 10.0
Mouth Twentieth stieet, girl; Feter and
Kmm Cramer, Bpaldlng, boy; Alfla
and Mariunna Qatonla, 111 ttouth tSeventii
IathsMr. taroiine Tromler, U
years. U1 Spalding; Arthur I'uul V.
Sumin. 1 monili. 321 North Thtrty-alxth
avenue; Frank F, Kallander, 19 year, WS
Twentieth atreet; Herman Hchmml. U
vear. tail Lcsvenworth; Mrs. Chrtatlana
J. Peterson, a& year. 2HU7 Ohio; Mrs.
Mary fc. Mion, ts year. 2.U1 Iluit:
Hobert Kelley, - months, Ull North
Eighteenth street; Howard lilgler, i
months, X Miami street: Mrs, Lidla M.
Ooldwt, U yeais, tH North Slgteentb
JUSTICE EASTMAN GOES
EAST FOR HIS BRIDE
Judge W. W. Eastman will start tor
New Tork state tonight and when he,
return will bring a bride with Ii m. it
I 78 or 74 years old. but feel lik a
The Judge declined to (Ive tha name of
the bride, as he wanted to get out of
town without letting all hla acquaintance
know of th approaching wedding.
The followlna marriage license w
Nam and Residence. '
All, ..rt Ani.tM I'litlf IIIV. Nh.
Mary Ituulrd. Malvern, Iowa
Fmll Olsen. Ctnlar BlufTs, Neb
hophl richlcr. Cedar Hluffs, Neb. ...
Harry P. Mayhew, VlUUca. Iowa ...
Trtresa U Lsuides, Nodaway, Iowa ...
Hert Coleman. Omaha
Uiace ball, Oinoba
Fied W. llenxen, Omaha
Minnie J. Loetcner. Urand Island, Neb.
Charles W. Miller, Umiiha
Cecils C. Cuonred. Omaha
Roger T. Vaughan, Chicago
Fiances U Lord, Omaha
Kerrl II. Rtewart. Omaha
Hose E. Mlspatrlca, umana
Angeio Milone, Onisba
Muiusa NotUa, Omaha
Fians lAiiian. Dmaha
Mule tehelrtKin. Omaha
Ham C llargreaveit, Mlnnespoll ....
Klla W . McMurray, tlacraineiilo
llarlaa Only Wanted Hla.
Of 0upiem Court Justice John Mar
shall Harlan, who was a rai Kentucky
fceuiiemau in every sense ot th word,
lvol friend told this story at th Man
ttatiun club last night:
"The Jusllco was traveling to the tvest
He entered the emuklng coinpartnien'. of
the Pullman to Ret tlrlna of water. As
hs lifted the glass he sniffed ausptcioualy.
Turning to the three men In th ruom, In
said, 'It seems to me tliat someone has
been drinking lltiuor out of this g'ass '
" 'Yes r lr," stammered a little n-Sn
In the coiner; 'I used the glass for that
'Raising bis voice, the Justlci I asked :
"'VelL where did yovi hid ' le bot
tler Nw (org world. I
WARTS TO GET A TEAM IN A BIG
rflN' ' -.-.' V
I .::cy., ( . -.y v
Jo MeQInnlty, former "Iron man" of
th National Isagu and manager ot the
Newark Eastern leaguer the laat few
sesson. who I sulci to hsve sold out hi
Interest In the club, retired a it man
ager and Is looking for a berth in the big
arena, ft. Louis Americans, Boston
American nd Cincinnati National ar
mentioned aa possible berth for th one
time great pitcher.
The Ruhmor Hport took three straight
from the W. O. W. on th Basement
alleys. Pohler had hitch total 'r the
tiport with M7; Jaoubseak was high fur
th W. O. W. with 44'J. Kcore;
1st. 2d. M. Total.
Condon ir.l lt".2 !' 4W
Fouler l ' 217 i:m Dl?
Milk H7 144 177 4iH
Totale 0x m Ta 1.431
LuODMUN OF iUK W0HL.O-
1st. 21. d. Total.
Padrosky Uu 177 V 11
JHCUUIlStrtlk 1"' )4 ivl
Lngleinan l9 M2 102 4J3
Total M3 SUO 1.85)7
Jetter Uold Top took lure lu a row
alter two strike out iimsh. ivlaiiun enui
big game oi (ut ana iuu total oi eo lor
inu nrtwnin, Pi'iiiKwater usual gut
Utah same ot am and nign luiui oi utu
tut I'vtt) iOVII.
Tuesday, November 7. game postpuned.
' iiuri)tity, tNoveuioer V. Cuiiiiueiciai
ieagu smoaer, A weiity-socond ana Cunt
littiu:. jeriKH UUL.U juris.
4 1 8
Totals a7 & m S.7U
rh.Jn, AuCIla. '
lHt. id. ad. Total.
MoMarttn 1D HH 1L M
ivuury WJ JM iM ' eiti
Uliilium Jit Jo i"4 fit
itolser 1'J Ji 1,M -
uniiawaver l( i4 iwj l
TotRl" U ll.tvl
In trio Mercantile Ieagu tn A. I. Howl
Fig. Cu. Mull tine tiom Ino CotUiiioia
rilg Luderwiitei. j-lui. and tviaiiua
wtii tna siars, ti getung a ana .'vai,
Jlta ounaw and Corey at McKlnale
haa tin ue cioka batile, ine uuliawk utuu
ii.a iwu game out ot iniee. rt. hiut-tt-il
aut man tlai witn uoi. iw. ennui
waa me star lot the t.riitcr, gotlu.h
Liiw it siuala gitiiio anu man totat, Vt.tu iv
ana h. .
.i axo won two frjiti (no tpauid.ntts
liuio ol lugil eotst tot t lie a.1 t tt-u.
with W- y.echiiiisier high total for ill
cpauluii.k. witn uj.s. A. u. 1 , V., isu.
1,, itM.K two tiom tli Uls Liuwcrs,
ttaitui aettiii hifeU total wuu Uii. Bciiuiu
ier nigh aiua-u '.i''. with ncun.
A. O. C. W.. No. 17.
ii.t, -it. IM. Toinl.
Sthlndltr I u8
bui'psoii i- lu l 4U
Jiauiti l.J 1 J
Totala b2t i& I,U
MIDLAND ULArid JJLOWJCKS.
t let. in. .in. t'otal.
Kolanchuch 147 las 1&
Ci.rietensoa I) u 4
Jutiuauii lu t im t
Totala fl 47S
lloffer Ii) ITS)
11. .ft lmHster lo, 1,
It. ectiinlster Ill) lii
311 aw ...
Hot I .
J. C Stock ell l.a
K. Mtt;ekwell IN
Total M- 497 m 1 517
CORKY A McKENSlB PKINT1NO CO.
1st. 1. :M. Total
I.. Smith r.r II" 14? 4.
K. hmllh Ii4 Hi) Kd 4Ti
John.en 1 1 l. o
Totals V M 4W 1 til
COLUMBIA FIRE L'NDKRWRITKRS
isi. tl. s.1 total
Moreau C bw 1 4M
Nelson I- IIS 1 4k.'
Bower HI 1 1H 4.4
Totals 4i 4S 44 1.4J4
A. I. KOOT PUINTINO CO.
1st Id. W Total
Kranda 1-4 tv 1X7 MO
Jsroa o I1 If I MJ
Mukry 1) 11 147 4.1
With the Bowlers
IS HI Ii) LU
BARBERS WINJJLOSING FIGHT
After Lony Struggle Matters Mast
Submit to Airtight Ordinance.
JOURNEYMEN STORM COUNCIL
Dr. t'unncll, lefprv Committee of
Whole, Deeloree Hotel Men Not
Obnerrlnsj l.sn end faggestn
License to Cover Ineoectlon.
Two hundred barber, led by C, M.
Felder, appeared befur th council, lt
tlng aa a committee of th whole, and
demanded that the ordinance for Sunday
closing be amended so that no loophole
remain and that action be taken at once.
J. L. Garrison, F.d. Light. Adam Morrall,
Pater Elrasser and Homer Kirk supported
Mr. Fleder In Impanclonrd speeches, which
were loudly cheered by the assembled
Stanley Hosewatrr, attorney for th
barber In favor of the open hop on
Sunday, also spoke. The speeches by the
opponent of Sunday closing were greeted
by prolonged bteses. AI Fardun, John
Konvlin and Attorney rtoaewster declared
that the council had acted once on the
matter and that the amendment to th
present ordinance were the am thing
they hd voted down three week ago.
Tho arguments became personal when
Mr. Felder declared that the opponent
of the Sunday clocing were Insincere and
called the name of several union and
non-union barbers present who were op
posing the plan. Hi speech waa warmly
responded to and for a time a wild com
motion obtained, but th chairman finally
Councilman Berka thought the quentloa
ought to be a matter for slate etatut
to settle and read letters from th city
clerk ot St. Paul, Minneapolis and Kan
sn City, saying that no city ordinance
could cover the Issue unless a state law
wa In force. Councilman Hug el favored
the ordinance and moved that It b rec
ommended for passage Tuesday night.
Mr. Berka promised hi support It an
amendment exempting charitable Institu
tion be added, and to this th Sunday
closing; advocate agreed, and th motion
to recommend It for final passage wa
Dr. R. W. Connell, health commissioner,
declared that lodging house and hotel pro
prietor In Omaha are not living up to
th state law, which require a certain
status of cleanliness and nine-foot bed
sheet. The assertion waa made follow.
Ing- a question by Councilman Hummel
and the doctor continued by declaring
that inspection of lodging house had
been mado during the last year only
when complaints were made, th fund
In th health department being too low
to allow regular Inspection.
"The health department will be mora
than two behind at the end ot tha year,
unlc an appropriation I mad." void
the health Inspector. "Th milk inspector
haa been laid off and tb dairy inspector
probably will b."
running from Slat to 1178 per month. The
oouncll appropriated S33,0u0 or the health
department at tb beginning of th year.
The monthly payroll ha exceeded I1.3U0,
and (her 1 now left In th fund KWa.07,
I17.461.INI having been expended, and war
rants allowed and unpaid exist In the
iure of tss.ai.
Vr. Connell asked for more money and
hi request waa backed by Councilman
Hummel, who pointed but that the city
ot Atlanta, Oa., which was visited a year
ago by a committee from the Omaha
council, expends yearly SlSO.uuO on its
Councilman Ilurnieeter moved that the
city phylciun and the legal department
draft an ordinance which will requir all
Induing house and hotels to pay a
license, or secure, a permit, annually, and
that this permit money be used In pro
viding proper Inspection, of lodging
liouao and hotels, o that a large per
cent ot tho fund appropriated for the
health department could be utlllied for
other purpose. Th motion, approved by
ut, ttmncil, carried.
The dance hall ordinance wa again dis
cussed and waa referred without Instruc
tions lo th judiciary committee. The
propujiilun of granting the Missouri
Pacific right cf way fur a switch track
off the belt line In tha neighborhood
of Thlro -f.mt btreet .and lioyd was de
ferred until Hie next meeting.
Lue Star Tips.
As a guneral thintt women who nurse
poodle can t tot any other company
wncn it can gi away.
Generally (peaking, a aallant Is a man'
who would rather dv ail J lenses la s.
dosen wointn than buy amuses fpr one
Our idea of an egotist U a man who
thinks there is a woman In the world
who would enjoy comuitig hi whiskers
with her finger.
When it cornea to husband, they are
divided Into two main vlajMcav those wh
ar henpecked and thuse who never go
On ot th strangest thing In this
world Is why a man will psy to hear a
lecture downtown when he could go
bum and get on free.
You mav have noticed also that the
cost of living wa lower whan mother
and th girls ataytd at hum and knitted
souks iiuilead of going to th matinee.
Don't vmlle at the way tba ladle
Wobble In the moving street ear. How
would you like to try to stand straight
In shoes whoa heel are under th mid
dle uf your leeif Dallas New.
lajarvd la a Fire
or bruised by a fail, apply bucklen's Ar
nica bolv. Cures burna. wounds,
sores, ocsema. pllea. Guaranteed. Sc. Fur
sal by Leatva Drug Co.
turn rttmt orv.
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SOCIAL BLIGHTS DISCUSSED
While Needles and Shuttles Ely
Women Give Ear to Problems.
STRONG SHOULD SUCCOR WEAK
Dr. Jenkins Tells Tlienl Hearncra
tloii Most Come About by Other
Than Morris Chair Method
of Social Effort.
With their embroidery needles, tatting
shuttles and crochet hooks busily mov
ing, women of tha aocial science de
partment of the Woman's club heard
discussions of the problem of the defec
tive member of aoclely at Monday'
meeting at the Metropolitan building.
Ilev, J, A. Jenkins of Et. Mary's Con
giegatlonal church considered the prob
lem of the defective, not from the stand
point of the hard philosophy ot Nlctsche,
which leave the weakling behind In the
struggle for existence, but in the Ub;u
of th family philosophy of Lord Sliafts
bury. which holds It th duty of the
strong to alleviate the weak In the Inter
est of perfect human society, which Is
the Ideal of the new social conscious
nee. Dr. Jenkins said that the defective was
an ever present problem in the field
of Industry, education, charity and cor
rection, and even In war; that it. is the
duty of the trained physician to diagnose
the situation. Incidentally, Dr. Jenkins
specified th kind of phvslcian needed
not tho "Incompetent ones ent out to
practice on a long-suffering humanity,
but physician with sensitive souls."
To th conscientious economist Dr.
Jenkins designated the duty of legislat
ing to prevent condition which beget de
fective member of society and of reduo
Ing defectiveness as we go along by
segregating th unfit.
Ministry 1 Too Content.
To th ministry, which, according to
Dr. Jenkins, "ha too long been content
to fold Its hand and place 'responsibility
on ancestor and too much stress on the
Importance of the parable of the prodi
gal ion and not enough on tho parable
of the good Samaritan, was assigned the
duty ot supplying the supreme motive
in th work of regenerating seclcty by
suggestion. Thl should be done not In
"tha Morris chair style," but by brother
llness, optimism and dally living accord
ing to the example of Christ.
It. L. Slgler, head of th Union Gospel
mission, emphasised hi belief In en
vironment a stronger than heredity
dealing with defectives. Miss Ida JonU.
secretary of th Associated Charities,
emphasixed the Importance of legisla
tion tha passing of laws against th so
cial evil, th liquor traffic and also more
stringent marriage law.
Mr. C. 8. Loblngler of Manila. P. I..
formerly leader of th soda! science de
partment ot th Omaha club, gav a
hort addres. a did also Mrs. Hester T.
Griffith of Los Angelas, president of
th Southern California Woman' Chris
tian Temperance union. Mr. Draper
Smith and Mr. C. W, Hay pok
urging th woman to work in th inter
est of Mi Elisabeth McCartney, who
I running for th offlco of Justic of the
Key to in tniuaiion ee want Acs.
That Awlal thanae.
Connl Mack, manasrur nf ih Ainut.
le,- wa discussing in Philadelphia a
pitcher who had gone back.
Tou a never believe he was the same
man," he sa d. "It's Ilk th lust mem
Am t It stranae?' said a rnnulm.
horken woman to her huebauU, as she
looked up from the liulletln. 'Here's a
gent who. after a fit of illness, can't re
member his wife, ami refunes to believ
she's the woman he married.'
The Lotikholiockeii mun grun'ed.
" 'Well, he ain't the first man.' he said.
'that can't reuhse his wife In the same
woman he once went c'azy over.' "New
Lire la Ksir Mates at Once.
When Fred Terron. a stockman, regis
tered at a Hutchinson hotel the other
night he had lo stop and scratch hU
head snd think a moment befur he could
tell exactly whether he is from Colorado,
New Mexico, Ansuna or I'tah, So he
registered from Kaisai City. Mr. Ttr
ron's isni li lies In all four mte. and his
ranch bouse stands exactly on the point
where the four slaws come toirether. He
tists hi meals In Colorado, he sleeps in
L ts.li his "best ruom Is In New Mexico
ami his kitchen extends over Into Arl-sor.a-
Kansas City Journal.
, A TRIUMPH IN THE ART OF BREWING
THE HADING BEER
IN THE MIDDLE WEST
1 4411 ludo4Mtudr.il I iUlM
By Tom McNamara
i 1 . s. naw ssnt a. a. riK
EOARDSKS FOR PLAYGROUND
Council Will Ee Asked to Donate
Four Lots Fronting on Harney.
JANITORS' WAGES INCREASED
Hoard of Iiducatlon, In Regular Ses
sion Monday Mht, Wade
ThroBKh Men of
The Board of Education at a meeting
Monday night passed a resolution by
unanimous vote requesting the city
council to convert four lot fronting on
Harney street, on Twenty-ninth, near
the Farnam school into a publlo play
Upon recommendation by committee It
was decided that hereafter all school
children must purchase their book from
the custodian of public supplies at tho
warehouse Instead of depositing money
and taking them home to study. The
purchase price will be th full value of
The statement cf Comptroller Fred II.
Costjrove of balance of cash on hand
was read and showed, city funds, 11,141, -793.63;'
school funds, STiO.S74.0n; total. II,
469.lti7.iH; police relief fund, $1,800,96;
special fund, SI, 471,777.59; cash In drawer,
S7.08o.S7; checks for deposit, I9.1S9.90;
total, $16,225,57; . treasurer's balivnce, SL
4Mi.O03.ie. The Standard Electric company being
the lowest bidder on the electrical work,
at the Edward Kosewater school the eon
tract was let to them. Bridges ft Hoyo
were given the contract for connecting
the steam boiler at Monmouth park
It was recommended by the buildings
and grounds committee that James Hen
derson be employed ae assistant engineer
at the high school and the recommenda
tion was adopted. Mr. Henderson' salary
to be 160 per month.
Salaries Are Ralsod.
Upon the advice of the chairman of
the buildings and grounds committee the
rulos were ruspendod and the salaries
of the Janitors at the Edward Rosewator
and Howard Kennedy schools were fixed
at $1,584 and $1,704 per year respectively.
A motion wa carried to Increase the
salary of Loul Peterson. Janitor of the
Mason school, $10 per month during the
time the manual training classes meet.
Frank Hammond was given $5 per month
additional so long as Ht. James' Guild
hall Is used as the annex to the Long
chool. Janitor J. L. Benson of th Mil
ler Park school was Instructed to us
the tore building at Thlrtlth and Fort
as annex to the Miller Park school hence
forth. It was moved and carried that the city
authorities be requested to abate the
nuisance that has arisen over converting
vacant lots In the vicinity of the Sara
ttga and Druid Hill schools into dump
A motion waa made and carried by a
vote of seven to six to place th Califor
nia site between Klghtecnth and Nine
teenth on California, and the old shop
site, 915 Pacific avenue, on th market.
The superintendent of building wa
instructed to repair tha Bancroft, Bsals,
Farnam, Lake, Leavenworth, J-athrop,
Mason and the Shop and high schools.
Rare I'rraesc of Mind.
It was th Hprnnd annua! concert of
the Blowcombe rhilhurmonlu society,
and the young man who cam from th
city was obviously bored.
At last one bingcr tried him mors
than usuul. Ltnea of pain showed on
his face us ho leaned forward to ax
press himself audibly to his siderly
neighbor, lor th young man, being mu
sical, felt the need of sympathy.
"Did you ever hear. In the whole
course of your experience," he whis
pered In disgust, "suoh horribly discord
ant, eav-Hplltting "
The old Kcntlemnu frowned.
"That's my daughter, sir. and If "
But the young man waved aside the In
terruption, and "lii scarcely a tremor
"Much ear-splltt.n; clatter as these
Idiots behind us are making! Keally, I
can scarcely catch one word of the
song." London Answers.
Pessimism la the undigested fruit of
Kvery tim you meet a grouch hand it
A piactlcal Jolto is never what It
cracked up to be.
There are still a few legitimate way
ot acquiring wealth.
Even the pruilw hni occasional thoughts
that she lilies to think.
The wife of th man who know it all
s-ets back at 1dm occasionally by say
ing. "1 told you so!" Chicago New.
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